Monday, May 14th 2012

SPARKLE GeForce GTX 680 Inferno Unveiled

Sparkle, one of the leading manufacturers of graphics cards, revealed today its brand new GTX 680 Inferno, using NVIDIA's 28 nm Kepler GPU architecture and GPU Boost technology, which dynamically adjusts GPU speeds to maximize gaming performance up to 2 times higher than GTX 580. SPARKLE GTX 680 Inferno brings you a most fantastic gaming experience to satisfy all hardcore PC gamers' requirements.

Kepler architecture makes a giant leap in efficient-performance
Featuring 1536 CUDA cores, 1006 MHz GPU clock and 2GB of high-speed GDDR5 memory,

SPARKLE's flagship 28 nm GTX 680 Inferno graphics card greatly improves system power consumption and supports the latest PCI Express Gen 3 standards. The card requires two 6-pin power connectors, as the card has a TDP of only 195W. SPARKLE GTX 680 Inferno is not only faster but also operates at a much lower temperature and consumes lesser power than its rivals.


The Fastest single-card gaming on Earth
The new SMX streaming multiprocessor delivers twice the performance/watt compared to previous generations. NVIDIA GPU Boost is a technique which dynamically boosts clock speeds based on the workload of the every game and the headroom available. The SPARKLE GTX 680 Inferno has a 1,006 MHz base clock and a 1,058 MHz boost clock and can shift based on the dependence of the load and power consumption.

The Smoothest gameplay experience on Earth
The SPARKLE GTX 680 Inferno supports FXAA and TXAA anti-aliasing techniques.

FXAA anti-aliasing technique can be up to 60% faster than 4xMSAA. TXAA is a new style anti aliasing technique that makes the most of the graphics card high texture performance for better image quality. In addition, Adaptive VSync technology provides the perfect solution for gamers without sudden stuttering and no tearing on the screen.

The Riches test visual experience on Earth
The SPARKLE GTX 680 Inferno is able to run quad-display support and comes with 2 Dual-Link DVI outputs, 1 HDMI 1.4 port, and 1 Display port connector. With NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround technology, you can expand your PC games across three displays in full stereoscopic 3D for breathtaking panoramic gaming, plus the new card can support a fourth accessory display to get access to your email, web, cheat sheets , or other applications while you game.

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6 Comments on SPARKLE GeForce GTX 680 Inferno Unveiled

#1
Ghost
Lol. It's just a reference GTX 680.
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#2
marsey99
hhmmn

calling a gpu inferno does not install confidence in its cooling to me xD
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boise49ers
by: marsey99
hhmmn

calling a gpu inferno does not install confidence in its cooling to me xD
:roll:
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#4
PopcornMachine
I'm not sure who's going to pay extra for any 680 with the 670 out.
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#5
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
Substitute Sparkle word in the article with nVidia. It would make more sense. Oh and remove the silly "inferno" suffix
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boise49ers
by: PopcornMachine
I'm not sure who's going to pay extra for any 680 with the 670 out.
Not I , I just got the MSI 670 OC'ed version for $399. Running everything maxed out. Looks to be averaging around 60 fps on BF3 with fraps last night.:toast:
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